Sometimes we get so caught up in the busyness of life that we don't even realize it has been several days since we've had a meaningful conversation with our spouse. This is dangerous. One of the main factors in divorce is lack of communication.
Maybe you are thinking, "My spouse and I talk every day and I think we're doing pretty great in that area." My next question is, "Do you know what is worrying him right now?" or "On a scale of one to 10, how deep would you say your conversations are?" These are very good questions to ask yourself in a relationship.
It is key to make sure you are having regular, heartfelt conversations together. You need to know what your spouse is worried about, happy about, struggling with, etc. That way you can each be more specific in your support and love to one another.
These 31 questions have been compiled to give you one question a day for 31 days in order for you to better explore your spouse and his or her needs. It will help to strengthen and improve your relationship.
Print this off and put it on the fridge or on your bathroom mirror where you can remember to ask your spouse one question a day, and enjoy walking the road of a more fulfilling marriage!
Mary recently graduated in Visual Communications and is working her way to be able to use her talent for humanitarian aid organizations in third world countries. She has a passion for the artistic realm and focuses her time on graphic design, photography, and most recently, painting.